Sequential search, MATLAB in Statistics

Sequential Search:

A sequential search is completed by looping through the vector element-by-element starting from the beginning, looking for the key. Usually the index of the element in which the key is found is what is returned. For illustration, here is a function which will search a vector for a key and return the index or the value 0 when the key is not found:

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